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Wonderful

Just the best experience of my life. Stunning bird life, incredible wild life, the guides were... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Francesca B
via mobile
Hard slog but best wildlife experience in Belize

My wife and i spent 3 days at Rio Bravo's Hill Bank (by the river/lagoon with crocs and great water... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2014
David W
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Wellington, New Zealand
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This reserve is home to several endangered species.
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3 weeks ago
“Wonderful”
14 Jan 2014
“Hard slog but best wildlife experience in Belize”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just the best experience of my life. Stunning bird life, incredible wild life, the guides were interested, interesting and seemed entirely at one with nature. Simple but very comfortable accommodation; don't expect 5 star as it's not that kind of place. Experience of a life...More

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Reviewed 14 January 2014

My wife and i spent 3 days at Rio Bravo's Hill Bank (by the river/lagoon with crocs and great water birds) and 3 days at La Milpa (which also has a Mayan ruin). It is run by a private conservation group Programme for Belize whose...More

2  Thank David W
Reviewed 31 January 2013

Just spent 3 days touring the Rio Bravo Conservation Management Area. Awesome experience - one night at each field station - great food and comfy cabins. And, wonderful naturalists for the premier bird watching experience ever - toucans, parrots, the red capped manakin and many...More

1  Thank Louis B
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